Source | Models.com
Source | Models.com
Photographer Liz Collins gets up close and personal with Abbey Lee Kershaw for a recent beauty spread in Numéro France. With makeup by Stephanie Kunz and styling by Johnathan Kaye, Abbey looks like a fashion warrior in metallic hues and a slicked back hairdo.
Dazed & Confused pays homage to the children’s book, Where the Wild Things Are, with their December cover shoot. Photographed by Daniel Jackson and styled by Karen Langley, the whimsical layout stars cover girl Abbey Lee Kershaw in looks by Opening Ceremony and Pamela Love, proving that inspiration can come from the most unlikely places.
Abbey Lee Kershaw by Nick Knight
Patrick Demarchelier shoots six beautiful girls in “Making Waves”, a beauty editorial from the latest publication of Allure magazine. The shoot stars Cameron Russell, Du Juan, Lakshmi Menon, Abbey Lee Kershaw, Bianca Balti and Constance Jablonski in classic hairstyles that range from full on curls to tousled waves.
(Photo Credit: Jennifer Connelly by Steven Meisel for Balenciaga)
Here are a few fall-winter campaigns from the latest French Vogue. (Don’t you just love September issues?) Some may be new to you, others may just be new to Fashion Gone Rogue. Either way, it’s a treat for us all.
Season after season, one of the most anticipated campaigns comes from the Gucci brand. Not only are we interested in who will be in the ads but who will photograph them. For the fall-winter season, Inez & Vinoodh play the role of photographers and the models include Adrian Bosch, Benoni Loos, Christian Brylle, Gerhard Freidl, Matvey Lykov, Abbey Lee Kershaw, Anja Rubik, Dree Hemingway, Freja Beha Erichsen, Jacquetta Wheeler, Jamie Bochert, Myf Shepherd, Natasha Poly, and Raquel Zimmermann. With such a large and varied cast, it seems like almost everybody gets their equal share of the spotlight.
Abbey Lee Kershaw by Mario Sorrenti
Four new images have been released from Greg Kadel’s 28 page upcoming editorial, “Come As You Are”, which will be featured in Vogue Australia‘s 50th anniversary issue. In case you missed it the first time, other previews of the spread can be found here. (tfs)